March 29, 2020
  • 9:32 am Muleshoe City Council extends disaster declaration with added amendments
  • 10:59 am MISD responds to crisis with prayer, support
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  • 10:45 am Celebrate National Nutrition Month by eating right, bite by bite

Though it seems everyone is working from home, local restaurants and businesses are still in operation. Some of them have taken to adding different services and leaning more toward other existing services while the Texas Governor’s mandate to temporarily close dining rooms is in place.
Here’s what local restaurants and businesses are offering what. If you’ve got one to add, this will remain posted on the Muleshoe Journal’s homepage. The following list was shared with The Journal by the Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce.
K & K pharmacy (Drive Thru Only)
Thirsty Mule (curbside pickup only)
Antojitos Locos (Closed until Further notice)
Five area (Drive thru open only)
Aim bank(Lobby open by appointment only, window open)
First Bank (Lobby is closed, window open only)
Muleshoe ISD (Closed until April 3)
United (open 7-9 Tuesday &Thursday, regular hours rest of week.)
Muleshoe Area Medical Center (no visitors allowed)
Sudan Medical clinic (Available by appointment only)
Burton Service Center
Bailey County Court house- Closed to the public)
Senior Citizen Center- (Drive thru for meal only)
Bailey County Electric Coop- (Lobby closed to the public)



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